Learn about elephants and conservation efforts
See our owned elephant conservation site with magical sightseeing view during the tour, and explore our Orang Asli cultures. You can even learn how to tap the rubber trees.
The centre, only one of its kind in Malaysia and located about 98 km from Kuala Lumpur, houses a number of trained elephants for the translocation of wild elephants from conflict areas throughout Peninsular Malaysia. These elephants are trained and used in translocation exercises.
Pick up from the hotel in Kuala Lumpur and take a ride for about one hour 30 minutes to the small village called Lanchang.
Upon arrival, visit the Deerland Park (pay own entrance fee RM15/person).
This animal petting park is an opportunity for animal lovers to get up-close and personal with deer as well as a variety of animals such as Golden Pheasant, Bengal Cat, Rabbits, Parakeets, Pyhtons and few others. Or you can choose to go direct to the elephant sanctuary to observe elephants roaming freely within the secured electric fencing area.
Then, transfer to Kuala Gandah Elephant Sanctuary/National Elephant Conservation Centre. Have lunch at local eateries. Visit the information centre.
Watch a documentary showing translocation of wild elephants to their new habitat.
Observe bathing and cleaning of elephants given by mahouts(elephant guides) with explanations by NECC staff.
Later in the evening headed back to Kuala Lumpur.
Meeting Location + Tour Duration
Meeting location: Pick up at your hotel lobby (I will arrive there 15 minutes before departure), or agreed location.
End location: Back to your hotel or preferred drop off location.
Duration: 8 hours
2008 air conditioned Toyota Altis
- Guiding Services
- Private Transportation
Estimated Local Cash Needed
50 MYR - Additional food treats for elephant
My car can fit up to 3 people. If your group is larger, please contact me for a quote.